By Juergenkress-Oracle on Mar 06, 2015
Thanks for the nice API management introduction:
Installing API Catalog
Using the API Catalog for harvesting SOA service APIs
Using API Catalog for harvesting Service Bus APIs
with the developer role have the ability to search OAC for published
APIs from the OAC console or using the Oracle Enterprise Repository
JDeveloper plug-in. The developer can examine the API metadata to better
understand the API. The developer also has the ability to declare
interest in the API and submit ratings and reviews for an API.
addition to the capabilities available to the developer role, users
with the curator role can run the harvester to create new API assets in
OAC. After API assets have been created, curators edit them to update
their metadata. The curator also has the ability to publish an API,
which makes the API available for discovery by developers.
In addition to the capabilities available to the curator and the developer roles, users with the admin role have access to the Adminpage
in OAC. From this page users with this role can administer the
infrastructure of OAC by editing system settings, creating new users,
creating new departments, managing sessions, and using the import/export
tool. Users with this role can also configure the security features
included with OAC.
Read the all the articles here.
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